September 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Morgan's Rock in Playa Ocotal, Nicaragua

A suspension bridge cuts 150 feet through thick rainforest vegetation filled with howler monkeys and three-toed sloths to connect Morgan's Rock to the outside world. Built on cliffs overlooking a private cove, bungalows in this nature-centric conclave are spacious and rustically sumptuous. Managua-based Simplemente Madera constructed certified-sustainable furniture from local hardwood, and native artist Augusto Silva honors Tunu culture in his colorful paintings. Relish an early morning yoga session at a beachfront pavilion and a solar-powered hot shower to end the day.

Sip a cup of coffee on your balcony surrounded by the creature calls of the rainforest. Spot a florescent parakeet darting through the canopy. Go for a quiet hike or raise your adrenaline by kayaking the estuary. Visit the organic farm and help harvest your dinner's ingredients. Learn to make tortillas with the resident cook. Watch a stunning sunset from a cliffside vantage point.

Location of Morgan's Rock

Morgan's Rock
San Juan del Sur 505
Playa Ocotal, Nicaragua

Nearest Airport: MGA

Amenities for Morgan's Rock

  • General Information
  • 15 Bungalows
  • Ecologically Sustainable Practices
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Pool
  • Spa Services
  • Laundry Service
  • Private Beach
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Outdoor Showers
  • Private Decks
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Nature Walks
  • Yachting
  • Surfing
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Bird Watching
  • Zip-Lining
  • Horseback Riding
  • Nearby
  • Beach
  • National Park
  • Nature Reserve
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Beach
  • Lodges & Ranches

Reviews for Morgan's Rock

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

You should take care of prices for your catering when booking since you are left in the hands of the only restaurant avialabel which ask european prices for local food.. its a clear miss match. The location with acces to private beach below the bungalows are astonning. Beutifull, beutifull, beutifull.

Niels Peter P

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's wonderful place to take heavenly vacations. Sublime Wild and private beach. The rooms go really well together with the environnement, beautiful and big. Breakfast has a wide variety of Food to choose. The staff is charming, i will particulary mention Thalia who knew how to make our stay even more pleasant.


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

my family of 4 stayed 3 nights at this wonderful ecolodge, I would definately recommend a stay here if stairs are ok . the rooms were comfortable and the plunge pool super refreshing. mike the bar tender did an amazing job with our time on the beach as well as setting up a dinner on the beach for our 24th anniversary. loved our time here and hope to visit again one day.

Keri D

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I cannot say enough good things about this place and the staff. AMAZING! They are so kind amd friendly and professional. Great for gluten free. They made me a gluten free birthday cake and sang to me! They made some improvements since last time. The pool is gorgeous. Rooms are comfortable and beautiful. They picked us up to being us to the restaurant, which was nice so my mom did not have to walk. We love it here. This is our second stay, first one in 2013. We would like to return again with more family. The beach is amazing, beautiful, has a bar and bathrooms. The bay protects a bit so no undertow or ripttide. Great beach for hanging out. We love Charlie, Felix, Mike and several other staff members. Wifi is great in all areas. You can be in nature yet have luxury. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND Morgan's Rock. It is incredible. WE LOVE IT!

jennamoonphx - Phoenix, AZ

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My daughter and I stayed here together in July 2017 on vacation. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit. I would like to come back some day but in my opinion this is best for couples seeking privacy. High points: * Very unique lodging, basically one with nature. I would compare this to "glamping" (camping but in the lap of luxury). This and the views really should count as 10 positives each. They cannot be understated. * The staff was incredible. They went out of their way constantly. So polite and accommodating. They even served a surprise birthday cake for my daughter on her birthday! (And made pizza which wasn't on the menu) * The views and oh my goodness... The effectively private beach. Pictures wouldn't do this justice. * Experiencing the Nicaraguan jungle. We woke every morning to the sound of howler monkeys! * Excellent facilities such as the pool and free beach cabanas. And great for relaxation. * Many activity options including free water implements such as a paddle board. When I say better for couples, it's not because the kids will get bored. Cons: * The stairs! To be fair we stayed in the highest room. It was 309 (yes, we counted!) stairs from the lobby to our room. Another about 100 stairs down from the lobby to the beach. It was enough to make me not want to leave the room sometimes. * Being so close to nature. If this is your thing, you came to the right place. But if you want just luxury, you'll get creeped out when you find a mantis in your room at bedtime, or a huge locust (?) lands on you while you're sleeping. Also, the main bed has a little air conditioner thing (very innovative) but the rest of the room isn't cooled. After walking up those stairs you'll be sweaty. And it's hard to cool off. * Cultural experience: if you want to see the real Nicaraguan people, this isn't the best way. Everyone speaks English and the guests are all relatively affluent from places such as America (many Americans like us). Not to say you can't speak Spanish, etc, and you can get local Nicaraguan cuisine, but you're relatively isolated from the "average Nicaraguan" * Far from town. Once you get here, it's difficult to go out unless part of a tour. This is probably one of the main reason I recommend for couples. 30 minute drive to town over very rough roads. * In - room privacy. The privacy from outside rooms is excellent. Inside the room (we stayed in a bungalow) we had to be careful to give each other privacy for changing clothes etc. The villas are probably better. Or if in a couple great. * Finally, cost. It's definitely on the high side. But again, you are experiencing the jungle and nature in a way you cannot maybe anywhere else. I definitely want to return. It would be ideal as a romantic getaway.

Tom S

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